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Secondary & Higher Education


At HOTA, students experience the arts through immersive and exciting learning experiences where their ideas are encouraged and valued. Our inquiry-based approach provokes curiosity, inspires the imagination, and opens doors to new ways of thinking about the world.

Programs are supported by experienced educators and are tailored to specific year levels and aligned with Australian Curriculum frameworks and subject areas. Our program provides for learners from Prep to Further and Higher Education, across schools, colleges, TAFE, universities and flexible learning sites.



Wed 9 Sept, 11am & 7.30pm

Based on the true story of two teenagers’ romance as it blossoms then warps in the heat of bustling Singapore. Blue Bones is a one-woman show told with incredible honesty by Merlynn Tong. Combining multiple characters, kung fu and arcade dance games, the performance is a multi-lingual whirlwind of love and naivety, violence and courage.

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11 & 13 Sept

Sat 11 Sept 2021, 7.30pm
Mon 13 Sept 2021, 11am
Mon 13 Sept 2021, 7.30pm

With soaring aerial stunts, this critically acclaimed work from Australia’s leading physical theatre company Legs On The Wall is a rollicking family tale of love, loss, resilience and hope. Both heart-warming and heartbreaking, the story follows three young kids from the bush, and how two find hope after the loss of one.

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Arts Bus Fund

Arts Bus Fund is an initiative to assist in reducing the cost of bus travel to HOTA. Schools can apply to the fund to receive a one-off subsidy to contribute towards bus travel to see an exhibition, performance or participate in a workshop.

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